IN FOR THE LONG HAUL—Travelers may need more than the sight of clouds and skies outside the cabin window to keep themselves amused during long boring flights. THOR CHALLGREN/Acorn Newspapers
Imagine you’ve just boarded an Airbus A350 in Newark, N.J., for a 9,000-mile flight to Singapore. You’ll be spending 19 hours on the plane, a very long time—especially in the cheap seats (economy).
This particular trip will be the world’s longest flight route when it relaunches this October.